The Feathertale Review #25
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The Feathertale Review is devoted to high- and low-brow humour. It is a collection of the best from content from their website in addition to original cartoons, interviews, works of poetry and short fiction that are previously unpublished.
In this issue:
- The seductive scent of a granny’s home
- A kid in a phantom mask bashing away on a piano
- Jokes and social commentary from Iliza Shlesinger, Amy Schumer, Margaret Cho and more
- Incomprehensible correspondence from a woman named Tammy
- Colonial exploitation of milk from a buffalo’s teat
- Misadventures in municipal management
- A giraffe stuck in a weird hole getting poked in the gut by a rocky protrusion
- Exquisite zoom backgrounds
- Coronavirus-induced angst and amusement
Ottawa, Ontario; 130 x 205mm; 160 pages; Glow-in-the-dark cover
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